Students in the J.P. Taravella High School DECA club are focusing on crisis prevention with the launch of their latest project, Here 2 Help. This project aims to promote Crisis Text Line, a national non-profit organization that provides free mental health support from trained crisis counselors.
In anticipation of Hurricane Matthew, Broward County is opening nine shelters at 9 p.m. Wednesday night. These include two special needs, one for adults and one for children and a pet-friendly shelter.
As sheriff, the responsibility to keep communities safe falls squarely on my shoulders—and it’s a task I do not take lightly….
Whether there was genuine interest in meeting their elected officials or the desire to earn the required service hours, one thing was clear: over 1,400 Coral Springs and Parkland high school students turned out for this year’s Teen Political Forum at the Center for the Arts.
The portable surgical center may be small at only 400 square feet, but it still has everything the Humane Society of Broward County needs to perform low-cost and free pet spay and neuter surgeries.
Natural and organic grocery store Lucky’s Market is now open at their newest location in Coral Springs. The Colorado-based store located at 9200 Wiles Road in the Royal Eagle Plaza is celebrating with special offerings and events including free shopping bags for the first 5,000 shoppers.
Natural and organic grocery store Lucky’s Market will be holding the grand opening for their first South Florida location in Coral Springs on March 23.
One local Coral Springs teacher has been nominated for the 2015/16 national LifeChanger of the Year award.
Cleveland Clinic has announced a $302 million expansion plan that will include capital improvements to its campus in Weston, and a new clinic and ambulatory surgery center in Coral Springs.
Are you looking for an afternoon of pampering and fun? Sola Salons Studios in Coral Springs invites you out for a day of style and wellness on Sunday, June 28 and not only is brunch included, there will even be a children’s area for those tired moms.
A Broward Sheriff’s Office Deputy facing a serious health challenge, is bringing local law enforcement, as well as members of the community, together to help through fundraisers and a Gofundme page.
A Broward Sheriff’s Office Deputy facing a serious health challenge, is bringing local law enforcement, as well as members of the community, together to help.
Join the Humane Society of Broward County for an adoption extravaganza. For three days, Friday April 17 through Sunday – April 19, adopt any pet three years of age OR older OR over thirty pounds and the adoption fee will be half price.
Even though a home health care worker was paid a salary of $35,000 from the company that she worked for, she still felt compelled to steal money from elderly victims for her own family according to Coral Springs Police.
Come out and support the Coral Glades High School Drama Department when these hard-working students present “The Curious Savage” Thursday, April 16 – Saturday, April 18, 2015.
If you are a high school student that has a a camera phone, some simple video editing software, and a great ideas for to encourage students not to text while driving, then you are invited to participate in an upcoming contest.
Driving a dark Volvo he pulled over a car with a teen driver and two teen passengers near 400 N. Federal Hwy. Monteiro felt the teenage girl had cut him off. He stopped his car in front of hers, walked up to her car and ordered her to roll down her window.
Every time I turn around, a new charter school is opening, sending glossy brochures of students – stock photos, but nonetheless appealing, of kids in lab coats, or enjoying algebra.
We all deserve a place to call home and to be treated with dignity and respect – including those experiencing homelessness. Being homeless is not a crime, and arresting those who are is not the solution. We know that countless people are just one paycheck away from being homeless.
With nearly 400 locations throughout Brazil, Giraffas danced its way in to the Miami scene in 2011, and now opens its doors in Broward County.
A campaign kickoff and fundraiser for Commissioner Dan Daley was held last Thursday at a local Coral Springs restaurant.
The setting was Tavolino Della Nonna on Sample Road, which was packed with over 130 supporters inside and outside of the Italian eatery.
As I sit on my metro sectional, coffee and cigarette on my left, and my iPad on my lap, I have reason to be thankful. I am, after all, home from the military.
Local and state candidates are getting ready for the 2014 election year. Campaign materials are being designed, Facebook pages are being created, and some candidate’s websites are complete with the requisite donation page.
Two Broward County Politicians will soon become expatriates when they head off to a new life in Panama in June.
Former Broward County School Board Member, David Thomas, and his wife Cindy, who sits on Broward Soil and Water Conservation District, are teachers at J.P. Taravella High School in Coral Springs where David teaches AP Psychology and Cindy teaches AP American History.
Community organizer and Democratic Area leader Cynthia Busch has formally announced today that she will be a candidate for Chair of the Broward County Democratic Executive Committee.
She will face Mitch Ceasar who has been the Party Chair since 1988.
YFU is currently looking for Coral Springs and Parkland High School students to apply for a YFU scholarship. You must meet the eligibility requirements listed on the individual scholarship pages for the program to which you are applying…..
They Mayoral race is on, and Coral Springs has two very strong candidates that feel that can do the job. Currently, Roy Gold is serving as Mayor but cannot run again due to term limits. Both Vincent Boccard, who has been serving on the city commission since 2006, and political newcomer and businessman John Arnold will run for the open seat…..
Two Great Candidates are running for the open City Commission seat in Coral Springs. Which one will you vote for?
On August 14, voters will have a chance to elect the next school board member to represent Coral Springs, Parkland, Margate, Tamarac and North Lauderdale.
Coral Springs and Tamarac residents had a chance to meet the candidates for School Board on Monday evening.
The event, sponsored by The Achievables, an elementary school program, was held at Mythos Greek Taverna in Coral Springs